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This is the forth time I 've listened to it and all i have to say is this is good!!!

If you could put the West-side and south side of Chicago in a bottle, it would sound, smell, and taste like this. Excellent. Introspective. Gritty. Everytime they say hip-hop is dead an album like this happens and give us all a jolt. Clear.....beep. beep..beep..beep (thump-thump, thump-thump, thump-thump). This is midwest gangsta pimp shyt!!!

Big Time

well i am a big fan of C C.if you are hearing this album for the first time this is C C at there best.this album is a great second release for the group.this albulm is just as good as there previous album The Final Tic.if you dont have it get it.i can remember rollin' down the street in my friends hooptie bumpin' Hay and Showdown choking on smoke w/ the windows up.and like many hip hop bands,they have some really dope un collaborated tracks.

SMOKING ON HAY IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BARN

These guys have been putting it down since the beginning. Love me some Crucial Conflict. Great record.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Blending Cypress Hill's weed philosophy with a self-styled hopalong hip-hop sound based on the Old West, Chicago's Crucial Conflict hit the airwaves in 1996 with the marijuana ode "Hay." Members Wildstyle, Kilo, Coldhard, and Never grew up on Chicago's West Side and began rapping as a way to pass time on the mean streets. Signed to the UNIV label in 1996, the foursome hit the R&B Top Five with the June release of The Final Tic, which went gold later that year. Good Side, Bad Side followed in 1998....
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